In this autoethnographic text I talk about my relationship with my father and my older brother as a way of analyzing the construction of my masculinity. In addition, I use the layered-account technique to alternate my personal history with fragments of texts that talk about masculinity as a social construction. In this way, I propose to turn my story into a way of showing how hegemonic masculinity is constructed through pain and violence as the bases of this gender identity.

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